About our training for professionals
BOOK NOW FOR OUR SUMMER DISCOUNT PRICE!!
Gina offers training for professionals into how to deliver LEGO-based therapy for children with autism and other social communication difficulties. This one-day introductory course is suitable for teachers, teaching assistants, psychologists, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, play therapists, counsellors, education specialists or other professionals who work with young people struggling with social communication.
The courses are held in the beautiful Jesus College, Cambridge, UK, where there is parking and overnight accommodation if required.
We are delighted that Bricks for Autism training courses are officially endorsed by Cambridge University's Autism Research Centre.
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Next Training Dates!
We are running courses on the following dates in 2019 in Cambridge. If you would like to attend, please fill in our BOOKING FORM.
**TUESDAY 2nd APRIL 2019- FULLY BOOKED
**SATURDAY 8th JUNE 2019 - last few spaces!
**TUESDAY 2nd JULY 2019
**TUESDAY 24th SEPTEMEBER 2019
**TUESDAY 19th NOVEMBER 2019
The course typically runs from 9.15 am-4pm. The costs are:
£200 (Summer Discount rate! Book soon!)
£275 (full rate)
£185 (postgraduate student rate- please note we need to see proof of study).
Testimonials for Bricks for Autism Training
"The best training course I have ever been on"
"A great insight into LEGO-based therapy"
"Gina was so informative and approachable"
"Good structure, very informative, excellent delivery and useful materials"
"Very well run course, and easy to see how I can now set up a group"
"It was extremely informative, enjoyable and fun. Gina made us all feel very welcome and made the day an adventure – the staff and venue was first class and the other attendees I met were very sociable and lovely people. We all said how much we enjoyed the course and keen to implement our training just as soon as we returned home."
"It was everything that I wished for as I got the confirmation we were delivering the intervention correctly but also planned adaptions for some of our kids which I thought were innovative, you had already adapted and implemented. I feel so inspired and motivated it is impossible to adequately put it into words."